on army in Virginia.
To this end, if volunteering proves too slow for the emergency, let the President resort to the militia.
We have the needful forces and the resources at his call to put down this rebellion without further trifling, and the country expects this to be done.
Affairs at Warrenton.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer writing from Gen. Pope's army, July 19, says:
Warrenton is really a beautiful town.
It has been incorporated for several years.
Mr. Charles Bragg is the present Mayor, and is spoken of in the highest terms as a gentleman and an efficient public officer.
Warrenton is the shire town of Fauquier county, and contains about two thousand inhabitants.
The inhabitants are largely in favor of Secession, and although surrounded at the present by a large force of Union troops, yet I found hosts to-night who loudly proclaim their Secession sympathies, and hope that our forces may soon be driven back from here.
The late Col. Ashby was